Reviews and Problems with HP LaserJet Pro CP1025 / CP1025nw
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Mark Stanley, Amazon
24 September 2013
Summary: By now, 2013, laser technology is at least 35 years old. Its very common in home/small office use now for about 20 years. There are many excellent lasers, I own one a canon. I bought this on impulse because my multi function hp needed toner and it was about 300$ for a set of color toners. I bought this for about 200 and thought it was a smart buy because the toner was much less expensive. How I wished I kept my cm1017s.
Summary: I've had this 1025nw for about 4 months. At first it worked fine with excellent printing, both text and photos. After about one month of light use it now mainly sits and flashes different error messages at me. The HP error message system is very frustrating to read and not very useful in application. Save your money and buy something else, anything else.
Summary: Worked absolutely great for about 18months (Sept2011-Mar2013) and then about a month after I changed all the colored inks (3 total at about $60/ea) received a "fuser" error which rendered the printer useless. I guess I wasn't the only one with the problem since Google returned with hundreds of others with the same issue. HP's solution was to get a refurbished printer. Meanwhile I have almost brand new ink...
Summary: First the PROS: 1. Prints vivid color prints 2. Network printer capable 3. Wifi printing 4. Toner Cartridges lasts longer Now for the CONS: 1. Prints vivid color prints SLOWLY! (at least 2 -3ppm on most occasions) / Cannot be used to print on PHOTO PAPER 2. Wifi printing is spotty 3. Toner Cartridges are so expensive! Costs almost the same as a brand new printer. 4. Drum kit replacement is also expensive.
Summary: I liked the ease of set up for this printer. Toner is easy to change. The BIG drawback is that there is not an easy way to clear a paper jam. Only the back opens up and if a label gets stuck or the jammed paper tears at all, it is very difficult to remove! Would not advise to get for this reason.
Didn't appreciate the misleading description of the device
Chris Lewis, Amazon
28 April 2013
Summary: I wanted a printer capable of duplex printing... was misled a little by the description and found out afterward that it only does manual duplexing. It's also slow... like with all HP products it always is making all sorts of strange noises... then ultimately prints out your document...
Summary: This product ranks #1 in creating: customer dissatisfaction and absolute frustration! Pressing the manual feed button also triggers an output of the ink and networking status of the printer. So, when I create a print project that requires manually feeding the machine with the appropriate paper, I end up wasting paper because HP creates a 3-page output of the ink levels, networking status, and an ad touting the USELESS features this product has to offer!
Summary: I bought this for the wireless capability. It works fine when connected USB. But it only occasionally (rarely) would work wirelessly. Our standard operating procedure was to email the things we want to print to the computer that could connect via USB. The mac could sometimes connect wirelessly, the pc's almost never. SO recently i updated the firmware, assuming it would be an improvement. Now i cannot print wirelessly at all.